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Old August 5th, 2014, 02:28 AM   #281
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Center-South Airlines in Zurich.





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Old August 8th, 2014, 08:50 PM   #283
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cn 95068, will be tn RA-89042 for Aeroflot

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That's in case Transaero doesn't launch rebranding campaign before it gets SSJ...

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Old August 13th, 2014, 09:29 AM   #285
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Hmmm, looks like Yakutia has been using its SSJ 100's to good use on international flights nowadays, as it has expanded its reach to South Korea. Details and schedules:

Since 12 June 2014, it has been operating 1 weekly Khabarovsk – Jeju service (until 21 August 2014)
R39907 KHV1205 – 1230CJU SU9 4
R39908 CJU1500 – 2000KHV SU9 4

Since 1 July 2014, it has been operating 1 weekly Ulan-Ude – Seoul Incheon service (until 16 September 2014)
R3535 UUD1000 – 1320ICN SU9 2
R3536 ICN1430 – 1815UUD SU9 2

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And it would certainly be nice to see this aircraft flying Philippine skies too ! I can image it fitting in for Skyjets΄ domestic expansions.
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Old August 13th, 2014, 11:57 AM   #286
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And it would certainly be nice to see this aircraft flying Philippine skies too ! I can image it fitting in for Skyjets΄ domestic expansions.
Perhaps it could also fit with PAL Express' operations as well, in which it can replace many of its propeller aircraft with this jet. I'd be careful, though, if we select this plane because its engine parts could be hard to find, especially in the Philippines... We may need to import them from Russia.
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Just some SSJ100s @SVO yesterday















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I guess orders for the SSJ are going to get a big push forward since Boeing and Airbus shot down Dobroljot and there's a menace lingering that they could do the same for other Russian airlines.
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I guess orders for the SSJ are going to get a big push forward since Boeing and Airbus shot down Dobroljot and there's a menace lingering that they could do the same for other Russian airlines.
Maybe orders for Tupolev can rise too. But, I think Sukhoi SSJ 100 is a great product indeed... I wonder though what's the current maximum range of that aircraft, and how far from Moscow's airports can that aircraft go the furthest.
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I guess orders for the SSJ are going to get a big push forward since Boeing and Airbus shot down Dobroljot and there's a menace lingering that they could do the same for other Russian airlines.
This menace is real of course but most big airlines in Russia don't quite expect such sanctions to be implemented against them - for both economical and political reasons. In the long run Sukhoi is probably going to benefit from Dobrolet situation, but it's more likely that this whole crisis is going to be over before it can make SSJ super-sought-after.
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I wonder though what's the current maximum range of that aircraft, and how far from Moscow's airports can that aircraft go the furthest.
Well, these are flights operated (or formerly operated) by SSJ in Aeroflot:


Gazprom Airlines


Center-South Airlines


Yakutia Airlines
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Well, these are flights operated (or formerly operated) by SSJ in Aeroflot:


Gazprom Airlines


Center-South Airlines


Yakutia Airlines
Implying from those maps, the furthest a SSJ can go include:

- Moscow-Tomsk
- Salehard-Yakutsk
- Simferopol-Malaga

Seems like the SSJ can do regional journeys quite well with fewer passengers than an A319 (around 4.5 to 5 hours' flight time). Maybe that aircraft could be used by multiple carriers to reach important destinations over time (e.g. Yangon-Beijing, Mumbai to Phnom Penh, Hong Kong to Sendai, etc), especially that Asia is a fast-developing aviation market.
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Implying from those maps, the furthest a SSJ can go include:

- Moscow-Tomsk
- Salehard-Yakutsk
- Simferopol-Malaga
Уep, smth around 3000 km. Except it's Krasnodar in the last one, not Simferopol, so it's even a little further.

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Seems like the SSJ can do regional journeys quite well with fewer passengers than an A319 (around 4.5 to 5 hours' flight time). Maybe that aircraft could be used by multiple carriers to reach important destinations over time (e.g. Yangon-Beijing, Mumbai to Phnom Penh, Hong Kong to Sendai, etc), especially that Asia is a fast-developing aviation market.
I don't know if they would want to use a 100-seated plane on flights between multimillion cities... What i know is that right now Aeroflot for instance mostly uses its SSJs on daily flghts to minor cities in Eastern Europe and multiple flights per day to Russian cities in 1000 km range from Moscow, which effectively helped them to 'free' additional A320s from those routes and thus improve Western European schedules for more efficient Western Europe - Moscow - East Asia transit. So i guess a plane like SSJ can be useful for airlines striving for both regional and lang-haul markets at once.
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Уep, smth around 3000 km. Except it's Krasnodar in the last one, not Simferopol, so it's even a little further.
Armavia had a flight on SSJ from Erevan to Madrid, it's more than 4000 km. And it was the first modification of SSJ, now the Long Range modification is available.
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Уep, smth around 3000 km. Except it's Krasnodar in the last one, not Simferopol, so it's even a little further.

I don't know if they would want to use a 100-seated plane on flights between multimillion cities... What i know is that right now Aeroflot for instance mostly uses its SSJs on daily flghts to minor cities in Eastern Europe and multiple flights per day to Russian cities in 1000 km range from Moscow, which effectively helped them to 'free' additional A320s from those routes and thus improve Western European schedules for more efficient Western Europe - Moscow - East Asia transit. So i guess a plane like SSJ can be useful for airlines striving for both regional and lang-haul markets at once.
Ah... I was about to write Krasnodar, yet for some reason, Simferopol is so close that I thought a flight between Krasnodar and Simferopol was available too.

Well, it's about the economics. Not all flights in Asia can be operated with an A320 (which is the prevalent aircraft of choice for most carriers nowadays), such that smaller cities (at the moment) like Paro in Bhutan or Phnom Penh in Cambodia might see the SSJ be a better aircraft to reach larger cities like Beijing, Tokyo, etc. since filling them on a large aircraft (like a B767 or A330) or dealing with challenging terrain (as in Paro) can be tough for the larger airlines to operate such services on a regular basis. Yes, those flights could see larger aircraft being operated, yet, not all flights will be filled to over 70% of capacity.

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Armavia had a flight on SSJ from Erevan to Madrid, it's more than 4000 km. And it was the first modification of SSJ, now the Long Range modification is available.
Aha... that's new. How much longer can the LR version operate compared to the original version?
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I don't know if they would want to use a 100-seated plane on flights between multimillion cities...
Phnom Penh and Sendai are not multimillion cities. Just 2 millions or so for Phnom Penh.

Small planes may be useful for routes that are not awfully dense. Or to improve frequencies on routes that otherwise would fill a single daily flight.
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I could foresee the SSJ doing multiple missions within Asia, especially for cities like Phnom Penh, Yangon, Hanoi, Paro, Kathmandu, Kobe, and many others. For Paro, though, the aircraft must be tested alongside Bhutanese aviation officials to determine if it can operate under the harsh conditions found in the Himalayan highlands and STOL operations.
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For example, list multimillion cities in India.
From 2011 census, metropolitan area definitions, I get the following metropolitan areas over 3 million people:
  1. Mumbai
  2. Delhi
  3. Kolkata
  4. Chennai
  5. Bangalore
  6. Hyderabad
  7. Ahmedabad
  8. Pune
  9. Surat
  10. Jaipur
How many cities outside India have direct flights to all 10?
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Dubai has flights to all of those except Surat, with Emirates, Air India, and Air India Express. After Dubai, Abu Dhabi to 7 of those destinations (except Pune and Surat, although ops to Kolkata will start from February next year, making it 8).

The point being, some of the smaller airports could be better served with SSJs to larger destinations so that those operations can be better justified economics-wise.
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